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Start the Day with Some Fun: How to Host a Breakfast Party

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This is a collaborative post. If you’re an outgoing person, you probably host and attend a wide range of parties. Dinner parties, nights in bars, dancing… All these nights are brilliant for having fun and making memories with your friends. But while going out a lot is great for your social life, it can quickly take a toll on your …

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Vegan Lemon Courgette Risotto

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I’m a big fan of courgette, so versatile and practically everyone is ok with it (except my children). Taste-wise it is not very significant, this is why whilst browsing ideas on various new ways to use them (I’ve had quite at home, arrived with my Oddbox delivery) decided I wanted to make a risotto with them.  Risotto is always a …

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Vegan Banana And Walnut Cookies Recipe

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I’m getting better at vegan cookie making thanks to the rubbish weather over the last few weekends! This one is another “there’s a few things I ought to use up before they go off” type of recipe. Bananas – we always have them at home, but somehow, some of them are always too ripe to eat so they go into …

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How To Maintain Gut Health With VSL#3 Plus A Smoothie Recipe

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This is a sponsored post. This winter has been bad: I was ill for about 7-8 weeks with flu and ended up at the A&E with chest pain, x-ray and antibiotics twice. I wasn’t looking after myself properly and in December I did work a lot – like a lot of other people, just before Christmas. So we do various …

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Simple, Soft Vegan Cheese Biscuits Recipe

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I’m always trying to find ways to turn my favourite recipes into a vegan one. I think, that’s my new hobby. This is coming from my grandma’s traditional Hungarian Mini Cheese Scones recipe, known as “Pogacsa”. It’s very popular. Now, I’ve not only changed the ingredients for vegan substitutes but I also made them as a biscuit shape instead of …

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Vegan Lemon And Vanilla Biscuits Recipe

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Sometimes – sometimes I repeat –  I like to go a bit fancy with my baking. But still, I’m not a star baker, never will be, I’m just a mum with limited free time, so I like to keep things simple and get things done quickly. I’m sure I’m not the only one. I can’t bake big cakes with beautiful …

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4 Ways to Save Money When Buying Fresh Produce

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It’s had to underestimate the importance of eating fruits and veggies. After all, several studies have shown that those who eat healthier meals live longer. It’s also been proven that a healthier diet can result in fewer health issues, too. However, fresh produce can sometimes be hard to find at a decent price. And frozen veggies sometimes don’t taste as …

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Homemade Vegan Chocolate With Pistachios And Goji Berries

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Making chocolate at home is very easy and who doesn’t like chocolate? I mean, people who don’t like chocolate might exist – but I’ve never met any of them. Chocolate is something I prefer over any other dessert or treats. All I need is a small piece of my favourite chocolate (ok, two…) and the world is a better place. …

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3 Ingredient Vegan Biscuits – Simple and Delicious!

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Simple and easy recipes are the best! I love plain biscuits, like shortbread or linzer. But most of them needs butter – a lot of butter in fact. Since we are trying to eat more vegan if possible – I made these cookies and they are so simple to prepare that even children can make them from scratch. (Obviously, adult …

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Vegan Pumpkin Soup (Without Coconut Milk)

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I’ve learnt not long ago, that pumpkin and sage can be paired very well. It’s very handy to know, because it works in soup too, which means coconut milk isn’t needed (well, it doesn’t work well with sage in my view). So the pumpkin soup becomes a very earthy and rich in texture meal without it. It’s definitely a lovely …